While Turkey extends its friendly hand to over 70 countries during the Covid-19 outbreak in support of the global struggle, Turkish exporters take the ‘humanity' and ‘goodness' movement one step further by saying ‘Made in Türkiye'. Turkish Promotion Group (TTG) carries its activities under the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM) in pursuit of the vision of contributing to the worldwide branding of export sectors. By sending special design hygiene kits to the major traders in the target markets, representatives of trade associations, and the press, TTG aims to revive the spirit of solidarity in difficult times and tell Turkey's success in production, supply, and exports.
Turkish Exporters' Assembly (TİM) starts its Virtual Trade Delegations program, which was created with the objective to reduce the effects of COVID-19 on exports, with Uzbekistan on 13-15 May. After Uzbekistan, Kenya, India and South Korea will be on the route. İsmail GÜLLE, Chairman of TİM, said “We continue our activities within the scope of our mission to increase our country's exports and offer solutions to our exporters. In order to minimize the negative effects of the epidemic on our country's exports and the market losses suffered by our exporter companies, we start our virtual delegations with the coordination of our Ministry of Trade. We also plan to realize the virtual fairs for all sectors in July.
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) announced the provisional foreign trade data for April. In April, Turkey's export was $ 8.9 billion, decreasing 41,4 percent. Exports in the last 12 months decreased by 3.7 percent to $ 172 billion 706 million.
The second online panel of "TİM Export Talks" series, at which Turkish ambassadors are hosted within the scope of COVID-19 action plans, was held with the participation of İsmail Gülle, Chairman of TİM, and the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to the Netherlands, Şaban Dişli. The panel titled “What Kind of Opportunities Are There for Exporters in the Netherlands After COVID-19?” was broadcasted live on TİM's social media accounts. At the panel, the measures taken in the Netherlands during the COVID-19 process, the post-epidemic situation of the Dutch economy, developments in the foreign trade of the two countries and opportunities for the upcoming period were evaluated.
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) has started to organize online panels called ‘TİM Export Talks' for drawing the direction of the trade on COVID-19 pandemic process and future. Turkish Exporters Assembly, which was starting its first panel with Turkey's Beijing Ambassador Abdulkadir Emin Önen, will share reports of panels with exporters. Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) Chairman İsmail Gülle told, “We started the first meeting with the Chinese market, which has an indispensable weight in the world economy. China is the country with the largest share in global trade at 12.4 percent and ranks second in the world's national income. After the online panels, we will present our China report, which will include important issues to use of 95 thousand exporters. Our exporters saw many crises and managed them very successfully. I hope that we will be successful in managing the pandemic crisis that we have experienced for the first time in the best way. In addition, Beijing Ambassador Abdulkadir Emin Önen stated that life in China has begun to return to normal and said, "We have strong contacts with everyone in China. There are a lot of opportunities for exporters."
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) announced the provisional foreign trade data for February. In February, exports renewed the record with $ 14.7 billion, increasing 2.3 percent. Annualized exports reached $ 182.1 billion.
A trade delegation was held between February 29th and March 4th to Doha, capital of Qatar, under the organization of the Turkish Exporters' Assembly (TİM). 34 Turkish exporters from 28 companies attended the delegation where a Turkish-Qatar Business Forum was held, followed by more than 500 business meetings between Qatari and Turkish companies
Turkish Exporters Assembly sent medical aid to China which struggling effects of the Corona Virus. About 200 thousand medical mask and a great number of medical equipment including protective glasses, disinfectant and gloves has arrived to China.
Turkish Exporters Assembly announced export figures for January. Türkiye's exports increased by 6.1 percent in January 2020 and reached 14 billion 765 million dollars. Annualized exports reached $ 181.6 billion.
Turkish Exporters' Assembly (TIM) announced December 2019 export figures. Türkiye's exports in December 2019 was $ 15.38 billion. In 2019, Türkiye's export rose to 180 billion and broke the historical new record. Monthly export records are broken in 8 months of 2019.
İhracatçı Birlikleri Kaydından Muaf İhracat ile Antrepo ve Serbest Bölgeler İhracatı Dahil Değildir